Books and other resources reviewed by the editor that can inspire, inform or educate you on various aspects of mental health.
Book Review of From the Ashes Flies the Phoenix : Creating a Powerful Life After a Suicide
Read here about this book by Gretta Krane, a journey many will relate to after experiencing the loss of a friend, co-worker, family member, classmate or loved one.
Divorce Is Not the End of the World - Book Review
Divorce is never an easy process for children. It almost always results in heightened feelings of fear, anger, confusion, and sadness. Divorce Is Not the End of the World: Zoe and Evan’s Coping Guide for Kids is a practical, positive, and upbeat book written by kids for kids.
Dr. Kaplan and Bipolar Disorder Book Review
In Your Child Does Not Have Bipolar Disorder, Dr. Kaplan is very thorough with his evidence of studies as he presents his argument against childhood bipolar disorder.
Hopping Roller Coasters Book Review
Hopping Roller Coasters by Rachel Pappas is the story of her tumultuous journey raising a daughter diagnosed with bipolar disorder while she herself struggles with the same disorder.
How to Fall Asleep Faster - E-Book Review
How to Fall Asleep Faster is a short, simple-to-read e-book designed to provide information and techniques to use to get a better night’s sleep. If you have read other books on sleep and found yourself skipping through the detailed scientific information sections, this e-book is for you.
Live Life Aggressively – Book Review
Mike Mahler describes how he loves to teach and help people. So many self-help books are overly positive, and it is impossible to be positive all the time. The book describes how to use your own negativity to get your life in gear before it too late.
Moving Beyond Depression-Book Review
Moving Beyond Depression: A Whole Person Approach to Healing is a thorough, comprehensive book dedicated to helping the individual. This is not a cookie-cutter, classifying approach; Jantz believes that depression is individually experienced and must be treated as such.
The Comfort Garden - Book Review Mental Health Homepage | Editor's Picks Articles | Top Ten Articles | Mental Health Site Map
This book should be read by anyone thinking about going into the mental health profession, and it would be therapeutic for those already in it. It really describes the day-to-day struggles and triumphs in the helping professions.
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